#impingement

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Trying to strengthen my leg muscles to support my missing ankle ligament and stretch that stubborn impingement. (After 1 year lapse of workout) Glorious day. 🧘🏽‍♀️🏋🏽‍♀️💪🏽
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I must say my speedy progression from torn ligament, thanks to Singapore Physio - Natalie (Stage 1) and Edson (Progressive stage and current saviour of my fitness level) #physiotherapy #physiotherapist #singaporephysio .
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Grateful of life. Thanks to those who took time to care for me, asking about me, and made a point to give me a tinkle or a text. (I forgave those who left me to die 😝) I will always remember who helped me in my time of need when health is not at favour. God bless you all! 😍😍 .
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सपने पूरे करने के लिए चेहरे की नहीं बल्कि इरादों की जरूरत होती है।
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Sheroes here, are #women who have #fought to #survive after #receiving a #debilitating blow to their appearance and #self-esteem by some members of the society.
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#ban #acidattack #sheroz
#betheexpert #controlyourself #warmup #shoulderpain #impingement #kneepain #glutes #fitness #sport #hippain #crossfit #getfit #backpain #calfpain #gluteworkout #fitfam #enjoy #lol #education #learn #powerful

Recovery workout in the sunshine, shoulder rehab/smashing and 30 minutes steady pace on the assault bike 🙌🏻♿️☀️
#recovery #assaultbike #shoulderrehab #impingement #workout #fitspo #fitfam #energilyftet #saturdayfun #sunshine #😍

🏋️‍♀️ Make it two back days for every chest day to save the shoulders ... and more🏋️‍♂️
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The tissue that is getting impinged and causing pain in the front of the shoulder is usually of less consequence than the “WHY” it is getting impingement
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Shoulder impingement is called a “syndrome” because it is a general diagnose to recognize some sort of acute, inflammatory irritation in the subacromial space (below the acromion of the shoulder blade and above the arm bone) from repetitive strain
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As we have discussed before, there are generally three underlying factors that lead to this:
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1️⃣ Poor mobility of the shoulder blade
2️⃣ Anterior tilt of the shoulder blade (often due to rounding of the mid back)
3️⃣ Poor function / irritation of the nerves of the neck
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These three issues need to be addressed to address this issue properly!
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💪🏽 Another issue that also needs to be addressed is the movements that led to the pain in the first place: usually too much arm and chest work in the gym!
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Working the chest and arms usually includes movements that reduce the subacromial space and/or puts more stress on the tissues that lead to impingement syndrome. Biceps curls, bench press, any overhead work, and more has the potential to strain these tissue and lead to impingement syndrome if it is out of balance with what the body can handle
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I am not saying to avoid doing these types of exercise ‼️ I am saying that it should be done in line with what makes sense for your goals and body! If you work at a desk all day, it makes way more sense to strengthen the muscles of the back that hold you up in a great posture rather than the chest that has little functional relevance beyond making us look good
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I think that for every day you spend strengthening the muscles in front you, you should spend 2️⃣ days strengthening the back
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Excessive work on the chest is not only going to contribute to poor posture but is also a good way to create shoulder problems down the road. Train smart and inline with what your body is actually required to do on a day-to-day basis!
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If you are an athlete than my recommendation would be different. But for most chair marathoners, focus backward

With so many ways that you can hurt your arm while pitching why wouldn’t you see a sports Physical Therapist. We can be the difference between a 3 week recovery or a 3 month recovery. If you are a throwing athlete who is having shoulder pain call NICA Physical Therapy at (661) 425-6441 to schedule your evaluation. We’re here to get out of the clinic and back onto the field. #nicaphysicaltherapy #baseball #pitcher #shoulderpain #tenniselbow #impingement #valencia #santaclarita #rehab #therapy #injuryprevention #labraltear #slaptear

#truth read below.
The best coaches and therapists in the world know that the co-management of athletes and clients is not only in the best interests of the clients, but the future of the industry as a whole.

World-class training centers and high level athletics have been practicing the multidisciplinary model for decades. While all professionals of various strengths and backgrounds are under the same roof, the entire program is elevated with a continuous stream of learning and professional enhancement.

Unnecessary turf wars create problems with the interaction between various disciples, all working towards the client’s greater goals. Realizing that we all come from the same place of wanting to help others is the first step towards developing the future model of success.
Excerpt from a good read can be found: http://www.theptdc.com/2014/10/are-physical-therapists-more-effective-than-strength-coaches .
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One of the keys to keeping your shoulders healthy is to not lift with ego and just throw weight around. Program your shoulder workouts to make your shoulders function better, not worse! That doesn't mean you can't still burn the hell out of your shoulders though.

Try this with as little rest between exercises possible...12 Y's, 12 T's, 12 W's. These are 5 pound dumbbells and after 3 sets my shoulders were 🔥🔥🔥🔥. #powerliftingcoach #iastm #shouldermobility #shoulderhealth #shoulderpain #shoulderexercises #powerlifting #bodybuilding #crossfit #training #bench #workout #functionaltraining #personaltraining #charleston #southcarolina #impingement #coach #girlswhopowerlift #sportsperformance #strength #fitness #gymlife #cscs #health #summerville #goosecreek #northcharleston #olympiclifting #exercise

One of the keys to keeping your shoulders healthy is to not lift with ego and just throw weight around. Program your shoulder workouts to make your shoulders function better, not worse! That doesn't mean you can't still burn the hell out of your shoulders though.
Try this with as little rest between exercises possible...12 Y's, 12 T's, 12 W's. These are 5 pound dumbbells and after 3 sets my shoulders were 🔥🔥🔥🔥 #powerliftingcoach #shoulders #shouldermobility #shoulderhealth #shoulderpain #shoulderexercises #powerlifting #bodybuilding #crossfit #programming #lifting #liftheavy #functionaltraining #personaltraining #charleston #southcarolina #impingement #coach #strongwomen #strong #strength #fitness #gymlife #shoulderburn #🔥 #summerville #goosecreek #northcharleston #olympiclifting #exercise

Today's successful session with @topjohnny2002 💪 (Part I.) In this video I'll show you a few exercises we did to improve ankle dorsal flexion, foot overpronation, the limited external rotation of the right hip, and the impingement of the left one! 😁👊 Anthony did an amazing job here, and we're getting one step closer each time to a pain free body and those perfect squats!!🏋️ Well, he needs to win the masters!! 🏆
Exercises

1. Wall overhead squats: focus on keeping the arch of the foot while externally rotating from the hip and going as deep as he possibly can with proper form. ✔️ We're at the stage where if he goes lower the ankle starts rotating inwards and he loses his arch so we stick to this depth for now.

2. Downward dog calf stretch with manual tendon release: focus on keeping the heel straight while getting the heel closer to the ground (manual stretch helps to improve the ROM)
3. TRX hip adductor stretch: great for inner thighs, hips, hamstrings and also for stability
4. TRX split stretch: great way to see your clients Tarzaning in the gym 🙊, also great for hamstrings, hip flexors, hip stability and balance.
Stay tuned for the strength exercises of today, I'll post them tomorrow! 😉🥁 Any questions, let me know 😘

Subacromial Internal Impingement: Here are some advanced rehab exercises that can challenge dynamic stabilization of the shoulder. The rotator cuff muscles demonstrate pre-activation in the anticipation of the perturbations or instability coming from the kettle bell or suspension trainer. These advanced exercises can demonstrate a feed forward muscle activation pattern which can assist in treating your shoulder dysfunction and getting you back to doing what you love without pain.
#physio #physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #sportsmedicine #orthopedics #shoulder #shoulderhealth #impingement #TRX

Posture & Pain Free Movement

I've been working with Tiny for a couple of months now. He's a keen rugby player and #judoka. His main goals (aside from fat loss) are to improve posture and rehab the resulting impingements and improve strength specifically for judo.

This is a rotator cuff strengthening exercise that we use with pec stretches in between after some banded warmup drills. We are not doing any direct chest or shoulder work yet aside from rc strengthening (and won't start until we progress further with posture correction), but he is making good progress in both rotator cuff strength and reduced discomfort.
#rehab #kyphosis #uppercrosssyndrome #impingement #shoulderrehab #strength #judo #specificity #dietfree #180training #team180 #whatsyourexcuse #rotatorcuff #shoulderdisfunction

Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

Symptoms of shoulder impingement syndrome include pain in the shoulder which come son gradually over a period of time. There will be pain at the front and side of the shoulder joint, especially with overhead movements such as in throwing, racket sports and swimming.
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There may be pain at the back and front of the shoulder when the arm is heal out to the side or abducted and turned outwards into external rotation. Another give away sign of impingement is pain when lifting the arm above 90 degrees, particularly against resistance.
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External Shoulder Impingement
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External shoulder impingement syndrome is classified as primary or secondary.
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Primary external impingement is usually due to bony abnormalities in the shape of the acromial arch in the shoulder joint. It can sometimes be due to congenital abnormalities known as os acromial, or due to degenerative changes, where small spurs of bone grow out from the arch with age, and impinge on the tendons.
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Secondary external impingement is usually due to poor scapular or shoulder blade stabilization which alters the physical position of the acromion, hence causing impingement on the tendons. Is often due to a weak serratus anterior muscle and a tight pectoralis minor muscles. Other causes can include weakening of the rotator cuff tendons due to overuse for example in throwing and swimming, or muscular imbalance with the deltoid muscle and rotator cuff muscles.
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Internal Shoulder Impingement
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This occurs predominantly in athletes where throwing is the main part of the sport, e.g. pitches in baseball or javelin throwers. The under side of the rotator cuff tendons are impinged against the glenoid labrum. This tends to cause pain at the back of the shoulder joint as well as sometimes at the front.
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Seek advice from a sports injury professional who can develop an appropriate rehabilitation program. Return to sport gradually once the pain has eased.

#shoulder #impingement #syndrome #sport #injury #rehab #rehabilitation #athletictherapy #athletictraining #athletictherapist

Feels good to be eating a calorie surplus again. Today was squat main with bench cardio. I try and do arms and back as often as my muscles let me, however suffering from a nagging shoulder impingement and being too stubborn to rest it left me not able to do pull-ups without severe pain, even after a stretch. Did these rows with a 45 on each side, about 7/8 sets of 15-10. Feels good to lift heavy! #teammosthated #proudfitfamily #liftingfather #rowrowrowyourboat #swoll #chaosandpain #bigger #stronger #calories #impingement #shoulders #dadsthatlift #pretendmodel #converse #liftingchucks .
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Do you know how to perform a PROPER Lateral Raise? 💪
A #LateralRaise is a Shoulder Exercise intended to work the Deltoid muscle and middle part of the shoulder.
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Often people perform this exercise incorrectly and they raise their hands up too high in the air- WAY above the level of the shoulder creating “Impingement”
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Shoulder Impingement basically occurs because the space between the top of the shoulder blade and the upper arm bone is very narrow and only allows for so much movement in certain directions.
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When we perform this exercise incorrectly, our body tells us. Unfortunately we IGNORE our body and keep pushing through what we think is difficulty, but is more than likely dysfunction and pain.
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The proper way to perform this exercise:
1️⃣Pull your shoulders back and get in GOOD upper body posture.
2️⃣Grab a weight that allows you to perform this exercise without shrugging your shoulders or compensating.
3️⃣Raise your arms up to the sides together keeping a slight bend in your knees for a stable base. Raise your hands up to the level of your shoulders and NO HIGHER!
4️⃣ Slowly lower and return to the start position. REPEAT. - A Typical set is 3 x 8/10/15 reps 💡Take away: LISTEN TO YOUR BODY! It tells you when you are doing something wrong!
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Shoulder Pain with this exercise is not normal so if you are experiencing pain or discomfort it is best that you go get your shoulder checked out by a Local Physical Therapist! We want to help!
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Subacromial Internal Impingement: The first reason that people may feel pain with reaching over head that is related to impingement syndrome is poor scapular upward mobility or control. This means that your shoulder blade is not properly moving upward as your arm is raising. This leads to the arm bone running into the scapula and compressing tissues causing pain. Here are some (open and close chain) exercises to help you properly move the scapula. Make sure to take deep controlled breathes during this exercises to create congruency between the rib cage and scapula to allow for more efficient movement. Other common cues you’ll hear me use with these exercises is “move the shoulder blade into the armpit” and “don’t let your ribs flare up”. #physio #physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #sportsmedicine #orthopedics #shoulder #shoulderhealth #impingement

Pain in the front of the shoulder? Is the pain still there after injections and other treatments? That is common and unfortunate, but there's still hope to fix the shoulder pain without surgery!
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Adhesion is one of the most common reasons that will cause shoulder pain and is highly missed by other providers. Fortunately it's highly reversible with expert treatment! Our doctors specialize in finding and fixing adhesion.

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